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    Re: Goal reached !!!!

    Geez.
    It's good to hear you're not hurt. But I'm sorry to read about the fire, that's really not fair. Stick to your case with the insurance company. It's worth the effort. When you want to vent...
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    Re: Goal reached !!!!

    Geez.
    It's good to hear you're not hurt. But I'm sorry to read about the fire, that's really not fair. Stick to your case with the insurance company. It's worth the effort. When you want to vent...
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    Re: Newbie Looking for Land Clearing Advice

    CK,

    Welcome to the forum, you are in the right place. The Land Clearing Equipment forum contains too many lessons to count and they are free. This is far less than what the guys in the...
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    Re: Clearing Old Cutover / 150 acres

    Tony, you may have a point here! Red, can you think of any challenges in used mulchers? :laughing: Seems like maybe I've read something somewhere...:laughing: Carl
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    Re: Clearing 3 acres with a mulcher???

    Dudley,
    I think if you re-post this question in the land clearing forum, Land Clearing Equipment you will see more responses. At least one of the regulars is from Louisiana.

    A question, can you...
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    Re: C140 Track Gear

    Tony,
    I've read up on this a little, the discussion from August 2009 on heavy equipment was informative. I have greater respect for the problem. Sorry for the dumb suggestion. Your idea of...
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    Re: C140 Track Gear

    Tony,
    Have you checked if CAT has the same parts in their local inventory? With their distribution network it seems the parts could be in-country. On the other hand, their markup might be just as...
  8. Re: Articulated Arm Cutters on Front End Loaders

    JWR, What a Great Question! Carl
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    Re: Another Re-powering

    Thanks Andy.


    I bet, this is a big project. But because of the way you went about it, the payback equation is really short. The money you put into that machine was a good investment. Probably...
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    Re: Repowering my FTX-90 L

    Andy, this option seems more complicated. Not only remounting the condensers but also your air intake becomes the radiator with no screen keeping it clean. The radiator becomes the screen. The air...
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    Re: Another Re-powering

    Agreed. About half way through the project, Rayco called and said ...its all apart, it would be really easy to paint... I've been harassed about this quite a bit. "You're e not gonna get it...
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    Another Re-powering

    First off, I have huge respect for what Andy is doing with his FTX90. His skills are impressive and he is going to have a great machine. I've spent hours zoomed in to his photos to see how he...
  13. Thread: just lovely!

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    Re: just lovely!

    Last fall I was mulching brush behind a barn when I thought the pebbles hitting the bottom of the Rayco were making a ringing sound. I figured I was imagining it so I made another pass. Definitely...
  14. Thread: Bush Hog

    by CarlR2010
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    Re: Bush Hog

    LH,
    I have a Landpride brush cutter. My blades are held on by a keyed shoulder bolt. No matter how tight the nut is, the bolt does not clamp down on the blade. The blades should swing free.

    I...
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